Pagan Gods all over the One Dollar Bill … Take a Look for Yourself
Today at noon, Occupy San Francisco heads to the Monte Rio to stand in protest against the annual exclusive Bohemian Grove forest gathering of captains of industry, military and government.
One of the accusations leveled at the Bohemian Grove encampment by Occupy San Francisco is oddly religious in nature:
Occupy Bohemian Grove came to OccupySF’s General Assembly, weeks ago, with a proposal for an endorsement of Occupy Bohemian Grove’s Creation of Care Ceremony led by Native American drummers on Saturday, July 14, 2012 from 12:00pm-4:00pm. The event will be kicking off the occupation of the elites’ annual two week all-male Bohemian Club retreat at the Bohemian Grove to counterbalance the Bohemian Club’s Cremation of Dull Care Ceremony in which the Spirit of Care is ritually cremated before a 40ft effigy of Moloch, a Canaanite, Lucifarian, Babalonian God, traditionally worshipped by sacrificing children. The cremation ceremony is said to prepare the attendees for the retreat’s wanton debauchery and infamous and amoral elitist policy setting Fireside Talks. Alarmingly, Moloch, is found in Federal Reserve System and US governmental symbolism.
Moloch? Really? You know, maybe I’m just not in the right groove, but to my eye that shape really looks more like a shy Teletubby or Boobah than anything else. Moloch is a bull figure with horns, and that shape doesn’t have any horns. The statue in the Bohemian Grove, finally, doesn’t represent the god Moloch. It’s a statue of the “Owl of Bohemia.”
Owl, bull. Teletubby, ancient god of child sacrifice. Tomayto, tomahto. It, whatever it is, is on the dollar bill, so the rich Americans meeting outside San Francisco must be baby-burning pagans.
I encourage you to employ this unassailable methodology to uncover additional conspiracies. Look closely — very closely — at this one dollar bill (click on the image to examine it at a higher resolution). Do you see any pagan religious imagery? If so, you’ve got all the proof you need.
Let me help you get started: